Joey Harem Pants


With clever folded cuffs to keep your little one’s feet warm it made so much sense to name this baby harem pants pattern ‘joey’ for the way all marsupials keep their babies warm in a pouch.

Perfect for the little one who simply can’t keep socks on, of for adding another layer of warmth inside booties or shoes, our cuffs will stop that never ending sock hunt on a cold day. Comfort and warmth won’t cost style: dress them up with a ribbon tie, or keep it simple with twill tape, have the cuffs contrasting, you name it!

You’ll love our easy peasy waistband – no elastic casing or buttonholes for ties. A super fast sewing project for you that is so easy to wear. You’ll make multiple pairs for every small person in your life!

Categories: , ,


Fabric required: 150cm wide is 10cm more than finished length. Finished length is an indicator pant length when worn: includes slouch in the legs to accommodate the foot cover. If cuff/waist material separate, 0.5m additional. Tie material is 100-150cm.

Ties ideally should be 4.5cm high for a soft waist (if making from fabric: 10cm high, then folded and seamed. Instructions are included). You can also add elastic if you wish.

Size 0-3m 3-6m 6-12m 1T
AU Size 000 00 0 1
To fit weight    8kg 10kg 11kg 12kg
Finished length (not including waistband) 33.5cm 37cm 39.5cm 41.5cm


Size 2T 3T
To fit chest  55cm 57 1/2cm
Finished length (not including waistband) 44.5cm 48.5cm


Work in imperial units? We have a handy calculator to help you out!

  •  sewing with knit fabrics
  • sewing a cuff

All of skills listed here have a tutorial on our page,


  • sewing machine with walking foot OR overlocker
  • ballpoint needle
  • fabric as described for your chosen size
  • tie material
  • co-ordinating thread
  • scissors


  • illustrated instruction booklet
  • large format, single page pattern to take to your local copy shop on A2
  • multi-page pattern set on A4 pages for printing at home
  • multi-page pattern set on US letter pages for printing at home

Pin It on Pinterest